Louisville's City Council on Tuesday night passed an amendment to a mixed-use development that will seek to add further growth near the city's core.
The amendment, which was approved on second reading, includes 38 residential units and 40,000 square feet of retail and office space atop roughly 4.5 acres. It marks the latest update to the long-slated North End General Development Plan.
Louisville officials first approved the original North End General Development Plan in December 2006, according to city documents, allowing 350 residential units and 65,650 square feet of commercial space on roughly 73 acres.
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